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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-06-2007, 12:29 PM Thread Starter
 
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My NanoPlanted 25Liters

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this is my nano planted tank.


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Looks good so far!

My 0.02 is try and get those filters etc out of the main viewing area, hide them in a corner or behind a plant, try to get the feeling that its 'au naturale'

maybe look at how do put some of those devices "inline" w/ your filter so you have less items in the tank? not sure if you can do that on a nano...

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Looks good so far!

My 0.02 is try and get those filters etc out of the main viewing area, hide them in a corner or behind a plant, try to get the feeling that its 'au naturale'

maybe look at how do put some of those devices "inline" w/ your filter so you have less items in the tank? not sure if you can do that on a nano...
thank's for the commentaries . I go to make what you it said. I go to hide the filter and the thermostat behind the plants. As you it said goes to be with a aspect well more natural. I am thankful for the tip and soon I go to show more photos with the modifications.
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-06-2007, 08:35 PM
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Awesome tank. I would recommend though to trim your right blyxa japonica pile. It takes away from the depth which would otherwise be created. It looks too crowded right now in terms of plant mass.


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